Comeback Tour Update:
Clocks, Calculus & Counselling

As AGP's restrictions continue, and many of us are adapting to life without our power tools, I will share some easy and instant changes you can adopt to ease those hand instrumentation blues.
1 Hour CPD

Common challenges of treating perio during COVID 19 & non-AGP restrictions

During this one hour webinar, I will address some of the challenges of working during a pandemic and how to best support perio patients in the absence of AGP's. I have consolidated all your concerns and worries and I will address as many as I can during this 1 hour session.  

I will discuss the risks of prolonged hand instrumentation and share some of my top tips to ease hand pain and fatigue and reduce risk of repetitive strain injury.

I will also discuss clock positions to improve access to those hard to reach areas!  It's not easy standing on your head all day!

I will share some ideas on how to restructure your appointment.

And finally, share some of the devices I use in practice to ensure a smooth & efficient appointment.   

I hope you will join me for this session, 

What you will learn
in this session

Join me for a jam packed hour of educational content. 

  1. Identify common themes and challenges
  2. Discover ways to manage perio patients during non-agp restrictions
  3. Share tips to overcome hand instrumentation burnout
  4. Consider how covid might actually bring about a preventive focus of care.

You will receive 1 Hour of CPD Certificate

Claire McCarthy


Claire McCarthy teaches Periodontology & Implant Dentistry at NYU in New York where she is adjunct professor and course coordinator since 2014.

She has graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2000 and has a combined 24 years clinical experience and 17 years as a researcher and faculty on BDS undergraduate programmes, Postgraduate MSc in Periodontology, Implant Dentistry and undergraduate Dental Hygiene and Therapy programmes in the UK and the US.

She is the former head of the BDS year 2 periodontology programme at King’s College London, a rare position for a dental hygienist.

She completed a master’s degree in Higher Education in 2007 and is a fellow of the Higher Education Academy.

She lectures nationally and internationally as well as delivering training courses in non-surgical periodontal and implant therapies. She is contributing author of a recent textbook, treats patients in private practice and undertaking a PhD at Kings College London.
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